See you at MILCOM
I will be presenting my work on MIMO communications at this year’s MILCOM in Los Angeles. The conference is October 29-31 2018. This year is the 37th year for the conference as it continues to be the premier conference for military communications.
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My paper at MILCOM is titled “Utilization of Inter-Block Interference in MIMO-OFDM Communication Systems” if you are going to be at the conference the talk in the Session Reliable Communication from Mon, October 29, 2018 09:40 until 12:00 (5th paper) in New York Room. Below is the abstract for the paper that I will be presenting.
As Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) – Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) communication systems grow to accommodate more users the effect of Inter Block Interference (IBI) degrades performance exponentially. To utilize this performance reduction we looked at a topology that induces IBI. The IBI is used as a mechanism to reduce the quality of an eavesdropper’s received signal. This paper derives the effect of IBI on MIMO-OFDM systems as a function of the distribution of the users’ locations. Furthermore, simulations show expected performance under time-domain and frequency-domain channel estimation techniques which are compared to the theoretical performance and known CSI. Results show that a frequency-domain channel estimator reduces link quality while using a time-domain channel estimator can improve an eavesdropper’s chance of exploitation.